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War for Terror by John Jay Myers

Wars are not about ideals.  Wars are about things, things people want.  Telling people that wars are about religion or ideals is what is known as propaganda.  No one wants to be the guy who is fighting over a “thing” because that makes you appear greedy.

How much is your liberty worth?

The Libertarian Party of Georgia's Executive Director, Brett Bittner, wrote an excellent piece and with his permission I am reposting it here on LP.org.

Recently, I came across an interesting piece on Seth Godin's blog about the fear of giving.

LP Monday Message: Teleprompters!

January 31, 2011

Dear Friend of Liberty,

I hope you saw our video response to the State of the Union and Republicans last week. We got some feedback on that video, and it was overwhelmingly positive -- positive that we need a teleprompter.

I'm serious -- we actually do need a teleprompter. We discovered that it's really difficult to give video presentations without one.

How Would a Libertarian President Create Jobs?

With the economy in a tailspin, most people are concerned about the shrinking number of job opportunities. Those who have jobs fear that they will lose them; those who have already lost their jobs find that new ones are few and far between.

Voters Fail to Remove Omaha Mayor From Office

Mayor Jim Suttle Narrowly Survives Recall 

OMAHA, NE – January 26, 2011-Libertarian Party of Nebraska Communications Director Randy Eshelman issued the following statement:

"Yesterday, Omaha voters exercised their right to fire, or not to fire in this case, their elected CEO. Jim Suttle remained employed as Mayor after months of petitioning, an administration-led court battle, and still-under-investigation anti-recall group efforts.

LP Monday Message: It's time to "YouCut" body scanners

January 24, 2011

Dear Friend of Liberty,

We've heard Republican members of Congress repeatedly claim that they are going to cut federal spending. Yeah, right.

I want to suggest a way you can help hold them accountable. The new House majority leader, Eric Cantor, has created a website called "YouCut" where people can suggest ways to cut spending.

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